Fernando Alonso has played down talk that he is focused on a return to Formula 1 next year, suggesting he can find better ‘challenges’ elsewhere.
McLaren would support Fernando Alonso returning to Formula 1 with a rival if the two-time world champion had the opportunity, after retaining its current driver line-up for 2020.
Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne deserve a "lot of credit" for helping McLaren develop a much better Formula 1 car this year, says its new team boss Andreas Seidl.
Toyota's FIA World Endurance Championship team director Rob Leupen admits that working with Fernando Alonso meant "a few sparks" during their hugely successful campaign together – which resulted in two Le Mans 24 Hours wins and Alonso's third world title.
McLaren is not intending to put Fernando Alonso back in its Formula 1 car this year, even though he is now free of commitments elsewhere.
Fernando Alonso says his #8 Toyota crew has to "enjoy" to be on the side of good luck after inheriting victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours.